Dedicated multidisciplinary pain management centres for children in Canada: the current status.

@article{Peng2007DedicatedMP,
  title={Dedicated multidisciplinary pain management centres for children in Canada: the current status.},
  author={Philip Wenn Hsin Peng and Jennifer N. Stinson and Manon Choini{\`e}re and Dominique H. Dion and Howard M. Intrater and Sandra LeFort and Mary Ann Lynch and May Han Huang Ong and Saifee Rashiq and Gregg Allan Tkachuk and Yves Veillette},
  journal={Canadian journal of anaesthesia = Journal canadien d'anesthesie},
  year={2007},
  volume={54 12},
  pages={
          985-91
        }
}
PURPOSE The objective of this study was to examine the services currently offered by multidisciplinary pain treatment facilities (MPTFs) dedicated for pediatric chronic pain management across Canada. METHODS A MPTF was defined as a clinic that advertised specialized multidisciplinary services for the diagnosis and management of chronic pain and had a minimum of three different health care disciplines (including at least one medical speciality) available and integrated within the facility. The… CONTINUE READING
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